Zinsser Smart Prime
07/21/2010

Primer for All Projects is an interior/exterior primer that offers the performance of an oil-base primer in an advanced water-base formula. White pigmented, modified acrylic water-base primer-sealer stain killer & bond coat.

Online PR News – 21-July-2010 – – Primer for All Projects is an interior/exterior primer that offers the performance of an oil-base primer in an advanced water-base formula. White pigmented, modified acrylic water-base primer-sealer stain killer & bond coat. Bonds to glossy surfaces without scuff sanding. Formulated with proprietary stain-blocking resins. Rust inhibitive – may be used to prime ferrous metal. Dried film is mold and mildew resistant. Binds moderately chalky surfaces. Dries in minutes, can be recoated in 1 hour. RECOMMENDED USES, Apply to interior and exterior walls, ceilings, doors, trim, fascia, soffits, foundations, railings, and related paintable surfaces. Smart Prime bonds to wood, plaster, concrete, gloss enamels, hardboard, glass and tile. Provides a rust inhibitive coating on iron railings, steel frames, piping, etc. Resists the growth of mold and mildew on primer film in damp, humid environments. Seals porous surfaces and traps most stains in the primer film – water, graffiti, grease, rust, cedar & redwood tannin, creosote, and asphalt stains. Allow two hours dry time when using as a stain blocker. Some stains may require a second coat. Interior – New and previously painted drywall, plaster/ cement based coatings, wood (pine, fir, cedar, redwood, plywood), metal (aluminum, iron, steel, stainless steel, galvanized metal), vinyl, PVC, fiberglass, masonry (stucco, concrete block, poured concrete, brick). Exterior – New or previously painted wood (pine, fir, cedar, redwood, T-111, plywood, pressure treated wood), hardboard, asbestos shingles, glass, metal (aluminum, iron, steel, stainless steel, galvanized metal), PVC, rigid plastics, aluminum and vinyl siding, fiberglass and masonry (stucco, concrete block, poured concrete, HardiPlank®, brick). Rust Inhibitive – Dries to a tight, water resistant film that inhibits development andesistance – Resists the growth of mold and mildew on the primer film. Cedar & Redwood Bleed – Traps tannins in the primer film to prevent them from ‘bleeding’ into the finish coat. Allow to dry overnight before applying topcoat. Very porous woods may require two coats before topcoat.